Fuel Filters & Components

Fuel Filter Valves, Separators, Mounting Hardware

There are a lot of different ways to destroy your engine, but most drivers do not think of fuel as the main factor. Of course, they don't. Fuel is fuel, right? Wrong! The gas you put in your tank is not just the liquid your engine needs to operate smoothly but is a substance that provides everything your vehicle requires - motion, light, heat, and other forms of energy. That is why, clean gas is a must if you want your vehicle to attain its maximum potential.

We aim to provide our customers with the finest Fuel Filters & Components the industry can offer, which is why we accept no compromise when it comes to the quality. Created by the most reputable names in the industry, such as Fram, Mann-Filter, Bosch, Hastings, Beck Arnley, Motorcraft, Rein the Fuel Filters & Components we've gathered for you feature precise design and everlasting durability.

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Getting into your vehicle, dirty fuel can cause a lot of serious problems to both your engine and the whole mechanism. All those unwanted impurities must be kept out of gas to avoid a catastrophic snowball effect - first, your fuel pump and injectors get worn-out in a quick manner, then the whole fuel system gets damaged, and finally, you vehicle is busted. To prevent any of the situations from happening, you should never forget about a fuel filter.

The basic function of the fuel filter is to trap all those hazardous contaminants and particles from the flowing fuel and keep them in a canister, far form the engine. Therefore, the gasoline enters your engine pure and clean, keeping it working like a charm and increasing your vehicle's performance. Fuel filters come in a variety of sizes and shapes. Most of the parts are made up of the particular heat-resistant paper mesh enclosed within a plastic or metal housing. A typical fuel filter has two openings - the incoming and outgoing slots. Once gas comes into the fuel filter, it will flow one of two ways, to the engine or back to the tank.

While prolonging the life of your fuel system parts, the filter also serves as a water separator. If you have a water separating fuel filter, it'll save your engine from water damage. Once the gasoline fills the fuel filter, any water (if present) will separate out, and lay at the bottom of the filter. All in all, the quality fuel filter is a must if you want water, rust, dirt and other mess not to find their way inside the mechanism. Unfortunately, all kinds of filters become plugged sooner or later, and the fuel filter is not an exception. And once the unit becomes clogged, so does the whole system. The only way to avoid a costly failure is to maintain a regular service of your vehicle's fuel filter.

A dirty and plugged fuel filter can lead to poor vehicle performance or even prevent it from being started. There are few signs that will let you know when the replacement for the filter is required. The first and the most obvious symptom of a clogged unit is the no-start or hard-start. The restricted or reduced fuel flow will hinder natural starting of your engine. Idling or stalling are another two signs you should pay your attention to once they appear. And again, if your vehicle needs extra time to get up to speed or sputters before finally getting into acceleration, your filter needs to be checked and most probably replaced.

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Average rating:4.54.6 - 10 reviews
1999 Ford Ranger
| Posted by | (Camarillo, CA)

Ford Dealership told me that they are not responsible for the operation of my truck due to the installation of a non Motorcraft OEM product. So, what they are telling me is all other products on the market suck. Well, these other products don't suck, but saved me over $1,000 in rip off costs from the Ford Dealership.

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